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What these itchy and bumpy rashes?

I get itchy, bumpy rashes that come and go every once in a while. It always appears in random places on my body. I changed all of my sheets and put some freshly-washed clothes on. Besides my cat, there isn't anything that could possibly trigger an allergic reaction. (Though I was never allergic to cats) We don't even have furniture in the living room yet. My mom dusts, cleans, and vaccums the house every morning and night. We are generally cautious about dust mites because we have a sick baby. Is there anything I'm missing that could trigger this reaction?
Asked On : Thu, 15 Oct 2009
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  Anonymous's Response
hi Siri I've had itchy rashes for the past 10weeks, its mainly on the two sides of my upper body that is my ribs, its spreading now all over but much more on my sides as i've explained before. i've had blood test and everything is well fine, nothing wrong.
What could be the cause of this rash?
Answered: Sat, 15 Jan 2011
  User's Response
Most transfusion reactions are immediate. There is one delayed reaction, called graft vs. host disease that includes a rash. But it also includes fever and, and would likely make you feel sick. If that's the case, you should call your doctor. Otherwise, contact dermatitis is a good guess. Have you changed laundry detergents, or fabric softener, or dryer sheets, or soap or shampoo? Even a new deodorant or perfume could be causing a reaction. The next time you get the rash, try to stop and backtrack, thinking about everything that came into contact with your skin -- and with your clothes.
Answered: Sat, 24 Oct 2009
  Anonymous's Response
it would be more wise that you consult doctor directly to be on safer side.
Answered: Fri, 16 Jul 2010
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